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Old 10th April 2007, 14:42
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Default Question about the hardware requirement for mysql cluster with load balancing???

hi all..sorry..i m still newbie in network stuffs..can someone help me

i m now trying to make a mysql cluster with load balancing follow the howto tutorial ...
but i dont knw wat is the hardware minimum requirement for every nodes..

my current nodes is:
# 10.100.100.101 Load Balancer 1 / MySQL cluster management server
# 10.100.100.102 MySQL cluster node 1
# 10.100.100.103 MySQL cluster node 2
# 10.100.100.104 Load Balancer 2
# 10.100.100.105 Virtual IP

how many NIC is needed for each nodes????

it is the virtual IP that configured between mysql node1 and node 2 is use the different NIC...Which i mean that is it the Mysql node1 & 2 have 2 NICs????

can someone help me pls.. i follow everything in the howto tutorial but i having cluster's connection problem after ifup the virtual ip address...every cluster node is not connected .. i dont knw what's wrong?

pls help!!! thx
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Old 11th April 2007, 17:08
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Every node needs just one NIC.
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Thx for reply me, falko

oh, my distribution is Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy Badger)

is it the problem of OS? which is the howto tutorial is based on debian sarge, but i m using ubuntu as my distribution...Are the IPVS is not support for ubuntu????
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I think it should work on Ubuntu, too, but I haven't tried...
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